The Saab 900 Classic was built by Saab from 1978 through 1994. It is a very different beast from the Saab 900 NG (New Generation) that was built on a GM2900 platform. The OG 900 is really just an updated Saab 99, which means you get an engine mounted backwards at a 45 degree slant over the front wheels and a surprising amount of turbocharged performance. From a roll, a vintage Saab 900 turbo will hang with all of the best sports cars from the era in a straight line and the double wishbone suspension means it will also take the turns better than most of the junk on the road. But the best part of this next car is the louvers. Find this 1988 Saab 900 Turbo SPG offered for $10,000 in Reading, PA via craigslist. Tip from Cory & Sean.
Backing packing through Scandinavia is easy on the eyes. Sweden in particular offers stunning scenery, architecture…and skönhet in the fairer sex. It also produced some of the most reliable and practical cars on the planet. What happens when you take one of these cars and transform it in to a hot hatch? Find this 1991 […]
In 1984 Saab introduced a high performance version of the 900 sedan, called the Aero in Europe and the SPG (Special Performance Group) in the US market. The Aero/SPG featured an uprated 16V turbo engine and was only available in a few “sporty” colors. Find this 1985 Saab 900 Turbo SPG for sale in Sacramento, […]
In 1984 SAAB introduced a performance version of the 900 that was called the Aero in Europe but was designated the SPG, short for Sports PackaGe, which somehow was trademarked by GM, so SAAB had to call it the Sports Performance Group. Find this 1988 SAAB 900 SPG Turbo for sale in McLean, VA for […]